Posts in category Observables

Implementing GraphQL using Apollo in an Ionic Application...

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7 years ago I had to do a school project on REST or SOAP. I followed my instinct and chose REST. Today I’m taking a step forward with GraphQL. Just like Redux, this technology is trending via Facebook’s React and we can now use it in our Ionic applications.

Ionic 3 Performance Boost with Observable using VirtualSc...

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What do you do when an application you just installed is f****** slow? ——-> Straight to the garbage, no question asked. This scenario can also happen to the applications that you develop. Not everybody has an iPhone 7. In today’s tuts we get this painful issue out of the way.

Angular 2 Reactive Forms Validations

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Following the tuts on Reactive Forms and  Observables, today we tackle the validation part! This part is very important, it’s your last protection before the data are sent to your server so be careful here.

Introduction to Angular 2 Observables

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Hi folks, As promised in the form tuts, today we talk about Observables! This part is very important for Angular 2 and also the future of JavaScript in general. Observables are elements that will give us information. In order to get access to those information, we need to subscribe to them (a bit like Netflix, but free and without the movies […]